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Old 09/28/2017, 09:30 PM   #1
ChameleonNYSea
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Successful Lettuce Nudibranch Breeding

Hey all,

About three months ago I added three lettuce nudibranchs/sea slugs to my 75 gallon mixed reef tank. After doing heavy maintenance on the tank (I previously hadn't touched the tank for about 2 months) last week, I noticed a couple of tiny sea slugs crawling around on the glass and the rocks. I'm able to provide a bunch of information if someone much smarter than me is willing to synthesize the data to see exactly what happened.

From what I understand it is difficult to keep sea slugs alive, and even rarer to have them successfully breed in captivity.

Thanks.

There should be some pictures underneath this that show the little guys.


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